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Sheriff's Report

The Austin County Sheriff’s Office released a report of arrests and bookings for April 20-April 26, 2018. Inclusion in the report does not implicate guilt. Garrette Lekelth Nunn was arrested for … more

Sealy City Council incumbents win

Sealy City Council members Jennifer Sullivan and Larry Koy will return for another three-year term, along with Chris Noack who ran unopposed. Noack garnered 373 votes, while Sullivan ousted … more

‘We are not walking away from the community’

The Irene La Blanc swimming pool in Cryan Park will open for the summer, beginning Saturday, May 26, from noon to 8 p.m. Applications, for counter help are currently being accepted by the city of … more

Can we get a hallelujah?

San Felipe United Methodist Church is in the last phase of its restoration. The church welcomes new visitors on Sunday mornings. Visit sanfelipeumc.com for more information. more

Voters to decide council seats Saturday

Sealy residents will choose two city council members in an election Saturday; a third did not draw an opponent. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the W.E. Hill Community Center, 1000 Main … more

Problems continue at juvenile group home

The Austin County Sheriff’s Department announced last week another incident at the Five Oaks Achievement Center in New Ulm, the latest in a string of occurrences that have plagued the at-risk … more

Shooting suspect caught

UPDATE: The suspect wanted in connection with the shooting that occurred on April 29 in the 300 block of San Felipe Street is now in custody. Quintin Eugene Anderson turned himself in at … more

Author and editor discusses the industry with Blinn College-Schulenburg English students

New York City author and Random House senior editor Anna Pitoniak recently held a question-and-answer session with Blinn College-Schulenburg English students, discussing the writing, editing, and … more

Kolkhorst receives Legislator of the Year award

AUSTIN, TX - Senator Lois W. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) received the Legislator of the Year Award from Parent Association for the Retarted of Texas (PART), a statewide advocacy group for the … more

Yard of the Month

The Garden Club of Sealy selected the home of Mary Noble, at 209 Meadow Lane, as the April 2018 Yard of the Month. more

Journalists gather for annual conference, awards ceremony

According to boxer Mike Tyson, everybody’s got a plan until they get punched in the face. That was the motto of the staff at the Port Aransas South Jetty when Hurricane Harvey hit. Many were … more

‘We’ve got to do something’

Austin County Judge Tim Lapham provided several options Monday for commissioners to review in an effort to determine how to proceed with a county justice complex. The jail has been plagued with … more

Museum opens Friday

From the outside looking in, it looks like an old log cabin. But from the inside, the new San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site Museum is massive, ornate and rich with local history. The … more

First responders cook for charity

The Sealy News publisher Karen Lopez and husband Eddie participated in the Texas Association of First Responders 11 annual Wild Game Cook Off last weekend. TAFR is a 501(c)3 organization that assist … more

FFA team places at area

Sealy High School’s FFA dairy judging team of Jaxon Zeller, Layne Blevins, Makayla Wallace and Kendall Young placed 11th at the area competition. Congratulations! more

Candidates kick off campaign

Four candidates vying for two Sealy City Council seats faced off during an April 18 forum at Saddleback Saloon. Place 5 Incumbent Larry Koy said he’s running again to deal with some … more

Sealy News wins big at state writing competition

The Sealy News scooped up five major awards at the South Texas Press Association Better Newspaper Contest in Kerrville over the weekend. Editor April Towery took home first place in humorous … more

Skate Texas holds grand opening

It's a near-universal dream for someone to take their passion and turn it into a living and for one couple, that dream officially became a reality last week. Joey and Dara Broussard opened their … more

City approves utility rate study

The Sealy City Council will spend $47,000 to evaluate its utility rates. The council heard during an April 10 meeting from Robert Belt, an independent auditor with the accounting firm Belt Harris … more
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